Q: What two numbers multiply to give you negative 108 and add up to give you negative 12?

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-102

They are: 6 and -18

-56

54 x 2=108

22998

1 and 108 2 and 54 3 and 36 4 and 27 6 and 18 9 and 12 (There are infinitely more numbers [that are not whole numbers] that you can multiply together to get the same answer)

108 times 2 :)

132

The only prime factors of 108 are 2 and 3.

(54,2)(36,3)(27,4)(18,6)(12,9)

16.42443 and 6.57557 (both rounded)If the "108" was actually "-108", then they would be 27 and -4 .

16.42443 and 6.57557 (both rounded)If the "108" was actually "-108", then they would be 27 and -4 .

How about: 97+11 = 108 or 79+29 = 108

36

For instance 27 and 4.

108 -999, if you consider negative numbers.

Take the paired factors of 108 and make one of the factors negative. 1 x 108 : 2 x 54 : 3 x 36 : 4 x 27 : 6 x 18 : 9 x 12. So, for example you could have -4 x 27 or 4 x -27.

12 times 9 = 108

648

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There are many possibilities 108 * 1 or 54 * 2 or 36 * 3 or 27 * 4 or 18 * 6 or 12 * 9 etc...

-104

4 and 27

No, just by integers. Multiples are found by multiplying a number by successive counting numbers. 108 x 1 = 108 108 x 2 = 216 108 x 3 = 324 And so on forever. Since numbers don't stop, multiples don't stop either.

Multiples are found by multiplying your number by successive counting numbers. 108 x 1 = 108 108 x 2 = 216 108 x 3 = 324 And so on forever. Since numbers don't stop, multiples don't stop either.

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